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Mohammadi

Member Since Aug 11, 2017  550 posts Mohammadi Oct 14 2018 at 06:04
It would be better , if we get real trading facilities from our brokers as like superior execution , security of funds at any kinds of investments , low transaction cost , easy withdrawal system without long time process, free demo trading , active customer services , exclusive educational facilities , lowest trading spreads , usable bonus offer and much more that are very supportive to lead a comfortable trading life with certainly.

yellowman94

Member Since Oct 09, 2018  41 posts yellowman94 Oct 15 2018 at 07:04
i would recommend MT4 as well.

TiffanyK

Member Since Feb 12, 2016  427 posts Tiffany (TiffanyK) Oct 25 2018 at 14:08
MT4 is good but Meta Quotes will stop developing and updating it, that’s why I switched to MT5. It is also good with several features that are useful (like DOM)

Accept the loss as experience
Elanbani

Member Since Jul 12, 2018  16 posts Elanbani Nov 04 2018 at 08:10
TiffanyK posted:
MT4 is good but Meta Quotes will stop developing and updating it, that’s why I switched to MT5. It is also good with several features that are useful (like DOM)


Agree with you MT4 is fine but even I found MT5 much better since I switched my broker and started trading on MT5 with coinexx as it was the only platform they were offering then (now they have added MT4 also). But now I like it even more than its predecessor. As it is much faster than MT4, 64-bit multi threaded platform; backtesting is superfast with the real market data. Also I am super happy with my broker’s amazing spreads and trading execution speed.

Searman

Member Since Aug 31, 2018  13 posts Searman Nov 05 2018 at 12:00
MT4, a tried and tested gold standard platform.

RampUpToForex

Member Since Oct 04, 2018  9 posts RampUpToForex Nov 08 2018 at 07:18
I second that. MT4 is the way to go. Almost everyone uses that even though they have released a new version MT5. I tried it for a bit but then went back to Mt4

TiffanyK

Member Since Feb 12, 2016  427 posts Tiffany (TiffanyK) Nov 09 2018 at 12:58
RampUpToForex posted:
I second that. MT4 is the way to go. Almost everyone uses that even though they have released a new version MT5. I tried it for a bit but then went back to Mt4

Not every time the newest build is something good :( the ones using MT5 probably mention the discrepancies with the latest build 1930. At least Meta Quotes were fast :D and they released several other updates

Accept the loss as experience
victoriajensen

Member Since Jul 10, 2014  1117 posts victoriajensen Nov 10 2018 at 15:06
I prefer Metatrader 4 but I have mostly heard good things about Metatrader 5 too. It is a matter of preference.

Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  968 posts Professional4X Nov 11 2018 at 08:24
Metatrader 4 is no longer available for the general public to download from Metaquotes.

MT4 is being phased out in favor of MT5.

See for yourself....
https://www.metaquotes.net/en/metatrader4
Only MT5 is available for download now.









If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
millerwe

Member Since Nov 01, 2018  12 posts millerwe Nov 12 2018 at 08:28
i use MT4. never faced any problem and works fine with me.

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